My name is Benjamin Rotendahl and I love programming, teaching and building silly things. I live in Copenhagen where I study computer science at DIKU. I spend some of my free time time being a part of Coding Pirates where I’m both a volunteer teacher and on the board.
|Østervoldgade 20, V.114||Benjamin@Rotendahl.dk|
|1350 København K||Github|
- 2017-2019 (expected)
- Masters, Computer Science; University of Computer Science
- Bachelor, Computer Science; University of Copenhagen
- STX, Math A, Kemi A, physics B Ribe Katedralskole
Teaching assistant at DIKU: Feb 2017 - Juli 2017
I was a teaching assistant on the first year course software development for first year computer science studetens at the university of Copenhagen. I thought them software design patterns, good programming practice, how to implement it in C# and graded their assignments
Student Assistant at Coding Pirates : December 2015 - Jan 2017
I worked on the systems we use in Coding Pirates the main project was our CRM that is built in django. I also wrote code that automated the administrative processes.
Student Assistant at the Finsen Laboratory : Juli 2014 - Nov 2015
The job consisted of writing small scripts that performed simple data transfer tasks, automated setup, and IT-support
Various Teaching jobs I have had a variety of teaching jobs in the form of one day workshops or short courses. I have also had a small class in Københavns Ungdomsskole.
My work experience has mainly bin in web development, where I have used django. I am familiar with moderen web practices such as AJAX, REST, API’s, etc.
During my studies I have worked in a variety of languages both imperative and functional.
Volunteering and free time
Board of Coding Pirates Denmark I am om the national board of Codingpirates.dk we have 80 departments across the country where we teach kids programming.
Tutor at UCPH: We plan and execute activities for new students, including the RUS-trip and other social events.
I received the DIKU students dissemination award for the work me and other students did for the “gymnasie-tjeneste”.
I have the blue belt in karate and will gladly use it if you claim emacs is better than vim
- Danish (Native)
- English (Fluent)
- German (Some)